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DDB Does Mom/Dad Humor for Breyers - Posted September 26, 2014
As if we needed further proof that 90's-style R&B is history's most resilient genre (even when performed by painfully white people), here's a little skit created by DDB to position client Breyers' gelato as the kind of naughty treat that mature adults indulge in when the kids aren't watching. In order to... [AgencySpy]

McCann Launches 'Together, All the Way' for Cigna - Posted September 8, 2014
Back in June, Cigna named McCann Erickson as its agency of record, following an extended review which also included finalists Grey and DDB. Now McCann has a new global campaign for Cigna, entitled "Together, All the Way." The campaign aims to introduce Cigna as a global health network in over... [AgencySpy]

Ogilvy Unveils New Nationwide Logo in Peyton Manning Ad - Posted September 3, 2014
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Y&R NY Taps Richard Sherman for Campbell's - Posted August 18, 2014
Y&R New York taps star Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman to be the 19th NFL player in the long-running "Mama's Boy" campaign for Campbell's Chunky soups. Sherman's mother is featured in the ad as well. The spot continues the "Mama's Boy" tradition of goofiness. In this case, a fan painted all in blue... [AgencySpy]

DDB NY Dreams Up Incredible Bar Courtesy of New York Lottery Spot - Posted January 6, 2014
There are a lot of bars in the state of New York, and from Brooklyn to Utica, it would cost a ridiculous amount of money to buy a round for however many patrons there'd be on any given night. But that's what fictional Steve did. He gave a drink to everyone... [AgencySpy]

'The Water Came Up So Quick. It Looks Like We Lost Everything.' - Posted August 29, 2012
Seven years to the day that Hurricane Katrine devastated parts of Louisiana and Mississippi, local stations are once again in the thick of Hurricane coverage as Isaac continues to bear down. New Orleans stations WWL, WDSU, WGNO and WVUE have been in rolling coverage since Tuesday. Here's a look at how some... [TVSpy]

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